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Holy Week is the beginning of the most sacred time of the Church Calendar, it comprises the whole week from Palm Sunday on March 24th through Holy Saturday on March 30th, though the end of the week is known as The Paschal Triduum, the three days beginning on the evening of March 28th, Maundy Thursday and running through Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Day (March 31st). 

Palm Sunday will be observed at our 8am Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion, our 10am Parish Eucharist, and at a special Celtic style Soul Space service at 6pm. At each service Palm Crosses will be distributed and blessed as a reminder of the palms strewn in Jesus' path as he entered into Jerusalem. 

We are also joining with our Cathedral community for Bach's St John's Passion, headed up by our Director of Music David Stratkauskas and featuring choristers from both communities as well as a host of soloists and musicians. This is a ticketed event and details can be found here.

On Monday we will have a special Eucharist in the evening at 7pm with a theme of 'Penitence' 

On Tuesday we will have a Eucharist at 7pm with the theme of 'Healing'

On Wednesday we will have our usual Morning Eucharist at 8am and also an evening service of multi-generational and multi-sensory prayer at 6pm headed up by Ruth, our Families Minister. 

Services on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday can be found here, our Easter Day Services can be found here.